While the mainstay applications of the MEMS segment continue to be strong performers, 2016 saw a big push toward lots of new and potentially high-volume MEMS devices. This presents many exciting opportunities, but the challenges are plenty.
Applied Materials hosted an Open Innovation Workshop in Shanghai where company experts joined industry and academic leaders to explore how materials engineering can help transform sectors of the global economy.
The newest in Applied Materials’ suite of ebeam products, the PROVision™ system, delivers the industry’s highest resolution at the fastest throughput, detecting defects never before seen.
Watch this brief video to learn more about this breakthrough system and the challenges it solves.
eBeam technology is used in a variety of process control and monitoring applications to help optimize the quality and stability of device fabrication as discussed in the video and summarized in an infographic.
The industry's first extreme selectivity etch tool introduces new materials engineering capabilities for the next generation of self-aligned patterning schemes and future scaling of 3D logic and memory chips.